that pain and suffering. that's the question this jury needs to answer. cnn's ted rowlands has left the k courtroom and made his way to the plaza. give me the mood inside the courtroom. we're not allowed to listen in, when the jury is not in the courtroom at this point, but give me the description of how things seem to progress. >> well, ashleigh, first off, you know, i've been in a lot of courtrooms in different phases, and you have as well, where it is very emotional, this was one of those periods of time where jodi arias was crying, travis alexander's family was crying, as juan martinez went through the very, very graphic images of travis alexander's body after he was brutally murdered by jodi arias and telling this jury to look at these wounds, and explaining how painful and how cruel this murder really was. and, you know, at one point he stopped for two minutes in length and said nothing and had the jury just take in that period of time and imagine being stabbed repeatedly over that two-minute period of time, dead silent to the courtroom, and it was effective. it was very emotional.